19.02.09 by Jeff

David Jon Kassan

Paintings by Brooklyn-based, David Jon Kassan.

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david kassan painting painter artist portrait

david kassan painting painter artist portrait

david kassan painting painter artist portrait

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Last one does it for me! Beautiful work

  • really stunning super-realism.

  • the compliment of the backgrounds do it for me. beautiful tones/lighting.

  • Margot

    amazing!

  • a.

    pretty awesome.. the one with the oldest woman is almost too detailed.. overworked i guess. her wrinkles and veins in particular.

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  • Wow, very skilled photo realism! Love the grungy textured backgrounds as well.

  • tracey

    these must’ve taken ages

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  • Tawni Shaylin

    absolutely amazing! remarkably life-like and detailed… at first glance I was sure it it was a photo… beautiful

  • Wow, I love how realistic they are, especially the girls’ hair. I want to learn how to do that someday. This is great!

  • Muy buen trabajo.





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